Krishnan Guru-Murthy gives his take on life, the news and everything.
Shashi Tharoor is one of India’s best known politicians, with international recognition as an acclaimed author and former UN diplomat.
But Shashi Tharoor’s personal life has been embroiled in controversy since the death of his wife last year.
After a distinguished career at the UN, eventually serving as Under-Secretary General he became a candidate to replace Kofi Annan in 2008 but was beaten to the post by Ban Ki-moon.
Polls shows David Cameron came out on top in last night’s election special. So the big question for Labour is, can they do enough in these TV appearances to make a difference?
Millions of people have now watched and discussed and read about it. So here are a few brief thoughts of my own.
The Conservative party now firmly believes Scots MPs should not vote on English laws – which could make it much harder for Labour to form a future government.
A yes means Britain ceases to exist, right? I won’t be British anymore, just English. Yes? That’s the identity crisis many people south of the border have been wrestling with.
With just days to go until the independence referendum, those who are still undecided will decide Scotland’s fate.
We don’t need to see the brutal footage of the murder of journalist James Foley to know that his death was wrong. But by refusing to share it, we can diminish its propaganda value.
Three-year-old Hala’s health has been transformed after receiving heart surgery in London. But her home is in ruins and her family fear returning to Gaza.
I’ve been down to the St Joseph Church in Irbil, where Christians from Mosul and Qaraqosh are seeking sanctuary. They told us how the mere sound of the Islamic State made them flee their